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Who has a line of this type of holster?
No cant, straight draw belt holster. Similar to the ole Blackhawk three slot snap leather holster, just w/o the cant.
G19, 1911, etc...
 
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I don't know about slotted pancake-style OWB holsters, but I know lots of makers offer Avenger-style holsters with a straight drop. Basically, a tunnel loop behind the holster body and a trailing belt slot to pull the butt of the gun into the body. Not quite as concealable as a pancake holster, but it might be worth checking out.

Offhand, I know Kramer and Milt Sparks make versions of this model. I think the Kramer version is called the Vertical Scabbard and the Milt Sparks version is called the 55BN. I'm pretty sure TT Gunleather offers this, too, but I can't say for sure.



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You ought to take a look at the Mitch Rosen UPL “Upper Limit” straight draw holster. I have a Rosen 5JR, which has an “FBI cant”.

https://mitchrosen.com/product...sters/belt-holsters/

Regardless of which holster you buy, I also recommend Rosen’s “Leather Lightning” leather lube, which greatly eases break-in of tight fitting custom holsters. One little bottle is plenty for at least two new holsters.

https://mitchrosen.com/products/additional-products/



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I am a huge fan of the Galco Avenger for my 1911 & M&P.


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https://akerleather.com/


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Another Mitch Rosen user here. I own both of his owb holsters. The 5JR which has the fbi cant. And the UPL. Which is a straight drop design. I prefer the UPL when using with a smaller gun like a Glock 26. Larger guns carry better for me in the 5JR. Both holsters are excellent for owb carry.
 
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Erik Little of RafterL makes great holsters, as does Ken Null and Milt Sparks Leather (now owned by Tony Kanaly).
 
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You can add Tyckur and Byrd or El Paso holsters to the list of nice high-quality holsters
 
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I know I am a little late to the party but Nightingale Leather is a phenomenal holster maker. I have 4-5 of their holsters all with 0 degree cants. My Tucker and Byrd holster for the G19 is a rather thin holster and not as sturdy as I would like. MTR Holster are the same as T&B.




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